Fiji Airways (formerly Air Pacific) has announced the launch of its revamped brand identity at an event at the Los Angeles International Airport.
The airline has adopted a new logo, new aircraft livery and new colors as part of its rebranding as Fiji Airways, which came into effect on June 27. Its new Fijian culture inspired livery is easily one of the most striking aircraft liveries in the world.
Fiji Airways currently operates six direct flights a week between Los Angeles and Fiji. It will increase the frequency to seven flights a week in December and to eight flights a week during peak travel season.
The airline is introducing new Airbus A330 aircraft to be used for the flights from Los Angeles to Fiji’s international airport in Nadi.
Business class features on Fiji Airways A330s will include 60-inch seat-pitch, seats convertible to a 76-inch length angled sleep bed, Panasonic’s 15.4-inch in-flight entertainment display, noise cancelling headphones and a new wine cellar with world-class wine choices.
Fiji Airways flies non-stop from LAX to Nadi International Airport on Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. From Nadi, it’s only a short flight to Auckland or Christchurch, New Zealand and a bit longer to Sydney or Brisbane in Australia. Flying on the new A330s will make the short flights all the more enjoyable.
Although the super low sale pricing is not valid for the year-end holiday season, December 15 through January 15, 2014, your plans to escape to Fiji and New Zealand or Australia can be from now until June 14, 2014. Why wait?